Everybody has to cope with so called life events, like mourning, stress or addictions, sooner or later in their life. Insurance company Achmea wanted to provide online information and exercises about these life events to support people and prevent unnecessary doctors visits.
Our team of online healthcare consultants and designers at Redmax were asked to design and implement a concept in order to achieve this result.
After several inspirational workshops and co-creation sessions I created and visualized the workflow of the concept. I designed a general template as a base for all the ‘theme’ sites. These websites provide structure for substantiated information and exercises, created together with health care professionals.
Next to this we created a ‘My Mirro’ platform were users can take online courses called ‘modules’ to work on their mental health.
Mirro has now grown from a pioneering ehealth initiative to an independent organisation with now 11 thema sites.
The (game-addicition) theme site start with an interactive questionnaire. By shooting at the answers of the questions our target group quickly could fill in the answers.
The questionnaire presents the results in an overall diagnose and ‘traffic lights’ of the four main symptoms of game addiction.
Via the results user were redirected towards specific subpages. Therefore user only have to read information related to their weaker points.
On every themesite you have the possibility to access ‘My Mirro’ via the pink top menu. The start page of ‘My Mirro’ provides an overview of your recent modules and recommends other modules.
By creating an account you can save your progress in a secure third trusted party environment and return later on.
My mirro is the place to work on your mental health using modules produced by health care professionals. Here you see your progress within the different modules and you are free to choose which chapters you want to complete.
The module consist of different chapters that can be accessed anytime.
This is the strategic structure of the mirro initiative.